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This shop includes resources to support the teaching of GCSE Physical Education. The author is a teacher and uses all of them regularly within lessons. One of the main resources being sold are entire units of planning. These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. There is also a homework booklet containing over 40 differentiated homework tasks and a revision guide.

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This shop includes resources to support the teaching of GCSE Physical Education. The author is a teacher and uses all of them regularly within lessons. One of the main resources being sold are entire units of planning. These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. There is also a homework booklet containing over 40 differentiated homework tasks and a revision guide.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 2 Physical Training
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 2 Physical Training

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These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. The bundle includes all of Unit 2 (Physical Training) from the GSCE OCR Specification. Please see below for the exact breakdown of lessons provided. OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 2 Physical Training Section 2: Physical Training Topic 2.1: Components of fitness • General information including definitions and explanations. • Applying components of fitness to sporting examples. Topic 2.2: Applying the principles of training • Principles of training • Types of training • Warm up and cool down Topic 2.3: Risk and injury • Minimising risk in physical activity • Risk assessing in physical activity
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 3.3 (Ethical and sociocultural issues in sport) Drugs in sport.
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 3.3 (Ethical and sociocultural issues in sport) Drugs in sport.

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These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. This lesson is for Unit 3.3 (Ethical and sociocultural issues in sport) Drugs in sport. Learning Intention: Discuss drugs in sport and apply practical examples. Success Criteria: • Recall the reasons why sports performers use drugs. • Describe the types of drugs performers use and how these effect performance.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 5.2 (Diet and Nutrition) Balanced diet.
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 5.2 (Diet and Nutrition) Balanced diet.

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These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. This lesson is for OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 5.2 (Diet and Nutrition). Learning Intention: Explain how diet affects performers in physical activity. Success Criteria: • Give the definition of a balanced diet. • Explain the components of a balanced diet. • Describe the effects of diet and hydration on energy use in physical activity.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 5.2 (Diet and Nutrition) The effect of diet on physical activity.
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 5.2 (Diet and Nutrition) The effect of diet on physical activity.

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These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. This lesson is for OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 5.2 (Diet and Nutrition) the effect of diet on physical activity. Learning Intention: Describe the effects of hydration and diet on energy use in physical activity. Success Criteria: • Describe the effects of diet on energy use in physical activity. • Describe the effects of hydration on energy use in physical activity. • Explain factors sports performers need to consider when planning their nutrition.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 3 Socio-cultural influences
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 3 Socio-cultural influences

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These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. The bundle includes all of Unit 3 (Socio-cultural influences) from the GSCE OCR Specification. Please see below for the exact breakdown of lessons provided. OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 3 Socio-cultural influences Section 3: Socio-cultural influences Topic 3.1: Engagement patterns in physical activity • Trends in participation in sport • Factors affecting participation • Strategies to improve participation Topic 3.2: Commercialisation in sport • Evaluating the influence of commercialisation on sport. Topic 3.3: Ethical and socio-cultural issues in sport • Ethics in sport • Drugs in sport • Violence in sport
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 3.1 (Participation) Factors affecting participation.
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 3.1 (Participation) Factors affecting participation.

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These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. This lesson is for unit 3.1 Engagement patterns of different social groups in physical activities and sports. The lesson specifically relates to the factors affecting participation. Learning Intention: Discuss the factors affecting participation. Success Criteria: - Explain how different factors affect participation (age, gender, ethnicity, religion, family, education, time, cost, disability access, environment, climate, media coverage, role model, discrimination) - Evaluate real life scenarios and determine which factors have influenced participation.
OCR GCSE 9-1 2016 Unit 3.2 Commercialisation of physical activity and sport. (Two lessons)
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OCR GCSE 9-1 2016 Unit 3.2 Commercialisation of physical activity and sport. (Two lessons)

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These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. This lesson is for unit 3.2 Commercialisation of physical activity and sport. Learning Intention: Evaluate the influence of commercialisation on physical activity and sport. Success Criteria: • Recall different types of media. • Discuss the influence of the media on the commercialisation of physical activity and sport. • Explain what golden triangle is. • Evaluate the positive and negative effects of sponsorship and apply practical examples.
Labelling a full skeleton worksheet.
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Labelling a full skeleton worksheet.

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource can be used as part of a lesson or as homework. Pupils are given a worksheet with a full skeleton that has arrows pointing to each of the major parts. There is also a word bank containing all the key with bones from the OCR specification that pupils can use to help them label the skeleton.
Help sheet for analysing movement occurring at the elbow.
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Help sheet for analysing movement occurring at the elbow.

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource is a revision tool for analysing the movement that occurs at the elbow and includes a flow chart and diagrams to help pupils identify articulating bones, type of movement, agonist and antagonistic muscles, origin and fixator.
Labelling a heart differentiated resource.
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Labelling a heart differentiated resource.

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource can be used as part of a lesson or as homework. Pupils are given a worksheet with a heart that has arrows pointing to each of the major parts. These work sheets are differentiated and either bronze (full word bank, colour and arrows); silver (part word bank, no colour, arrows) or gold (no word bank, no colour, no arrows). There is also a full answer sheet provided.
Labelling a skeleton differentiated task.
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Labelling a skeleton differentiated task.

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource is an activity, which can be used within a lesson. The activity has three different levels of challenge (gold, silver and bronze) and also includes a full answer sheet. The task involves labeling a skeleton.
Components of fitness differentiated task.
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Components of fitness differentiated task.

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource is an activity, which can be used within a lesson. The activity has three different levels of challenge (gold, silver and bronze) and also includes a full answer sheet. The task involves filling the blank spaces in a table and will provide pupils, when finished, with a good revision tool. Table elements include: component of fitness, definition, test and sporting example.
Comparing components of fitness activity.
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Comparing components of fitness activity.

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource is an activity, which can be used within a lesson. Pupils have to explain the differences between each of the components named and use sporting examples to justify their answer. Full answer sheet included. This activity requires pupils to have a deeper understanding of the components rather than just recalling facts about each one in isolation.
Double circulatory system help cards
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Double circulatory system help cards

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource can be used as a revision tool or help guide for pupils to learn the double circulatory system. The resource includes colorful cards breaking down both the pulmonary and systemic systems as well as showing the full double circulatory system on a third card.
Health fact file work sheet.
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Health fact file work sheet.

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource can be used as a revision tool or help guide for pupils to learn about health. It breaks down the key things pupils need to know from the specification and has allocated boxes for lower ability pupils to fill in key information. There is also a practice question.
Labelling a heart task.
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Labelling a heart task.

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For those who do not wish to commit to buying full lesson packages including learning booklets and corresponding power points, individual activities for topics can be purchased. This resource can be used as part of a lesson. Pupils are given a worksheet with a heart that has arrows pointing to each of the major parts. There is also a word bank containing all the key words from the OCR specification that pupils can use to help them label the heart.
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 2.2 (Applying the principles of training) Risk in physical activity 2.
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OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 2.2 (Applying the principles of training) Risk in physical activity 2.

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These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. This lesson is for Unit 2.2 (Applying the principles of training) Risk in physical activity. Learning Intention (1): Discuss the risk of injury in physical activity and explain how this can be minimised using practical examples. Success Criteria (1): • Identify risks in sport. • Explain how risks can be minimised. • Explain the difference between a hazard and a risk. Learning Intention: Identify hazards and explain what kinds of injuries can be caused during physical activity. Success Criteria: -Explain common types of sporting injuries. -Explain what a risk assessment is. -Identify potential hazards in a range of physical activity and sport settings.